Gaming Hall The Parc de la Pèg.: Fun for the kids.
Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez is a seaside resort and has long sandy beaches stretching along the Atlantic coast and is a great place for relaxation and water sports. Besides the attractions there are a lot of nearby spots to visit as well, like several islands with an unspoiled heritage and many architectural gems.
During the day it is of course rather easy to have a good time here, just visit the beach area or have a relaxing time at the swimming pool of the campground. But what to do during the evening / night? Especially with young kids this is a good question. Well, one of the spots to visit is the gaming hall at The Parc de la Pèg. Don't think that this is some perishable entertainment, because it is quite harmless. Right here there are some video games to play, play billiards or just have fun by looking around and watch others play a game. It's good fun for a reasonable price and just makes the evening for the kids.
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Circus at the camp ground.: Kid’s dream come true.
The Camping The Prairie has all the necessary services avaiblable. The friendly reception and its 'I' point provide all the useful information of the camping itself, the region and its places of interest you could wish for. There is also a large bar-restaurant, with terraces, and a handy take-away and pizzeria for those times you don’t want to cook. During the high season the camping organizes shows, lotto parties, dances and karaoke, et cetera. This way they will help you make the most of the long, relaxing summer evenings. At one day we returned from a day at the beach and saw that some people were building a podium and tent, we learned it was for the circus to arrive soon. Immediately we felt the magic present by the kids and excitement of seeing a circus act for real. It’s a kid’s dream come true?
Don't be delayed. Campers are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and some seats fill quickly, so apply early to guarantee your place under near the podium. We saw some acrobatics, clowning, unicycle, juggling, tight wire, stilts, balance and much more. It was a fun evening. The only note I can give was that the presentation was in French, rather difficult for the kids to understand.
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